Paper Towns tears down the straight-laced facade of suburbia

The teenage philosophers and poets are back, and it’s delightful [Read more…]

Irrational Man is a hopeless triumph of the conscience

It sure would be comforting to be a Christian… [Read more…]

Southpaw shows us the virtues of floating like a butterfly

The story of a boxer who learns to grow up [Read more…]

Ant-Man brilliantly scales down the Marvel universe

If you can’t go bigger… go smaller. [Read more…]

Me, Earl, and the Dying Girl is the cancer movie our generation deserves

Better than The Fault in our Stars [Read more…]

Mad Max finds redemption on the highway to hell

Action films can be spiritual too [Read more…]

Far from the Madding Crowd is a welcome reinterpretation

The fourth time is a charm [Read more…]

The Water Diviner takes a refreshing dive into one of history’s footnotes

A worthy directing effort from Crowe [Read more…]

Underdogs and the power of faith: director Alejandro Monteverde on Little Boy

Based on Interview with Alejandro Monteverde, Director of Little Boy   The “faith-based” box When it comes to telling stories, director Alejandro Monteverde doesn’t believe in a sacred-secular dichotomy. “I’m constantly being put in a box, he says, “constantly.” At first blush, it’s not hard to see why. His new film Little Boy tells the story [Read More…]

There are still new stories to be told in the Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

Over favorite octogenarian expats are back [Read more…]


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